As I reached the end of my pregnancy, I started to get frustrated with my body and started to have serious doubts that I would be able to handle or deal with child birth this time around. When you get pregnant the first time, you really have no idea what giving birth will be like. … Continue reading She’s FINALLY Here!
With my first pregnancy, I blogged about everything that happened. The aches and pains, tests, complaints, all of it. I've come to find out that it has helped quite a few people. I contemplated for awhile if I would continue to blog through my second pregnancy, but days turned into weeks and weeks into months. … Continue reading 35 Weeks: Since I’ve Been Gone
Magic Morning or Extra Magic Hour, aren't they the same thing? First and foremost although the two names are used interchangeably depending who you talk to, I MUST tell you that they are most definitely NOT the same. Well, what are the differences you ask? Read on to find out the differences and some tips … Continue reading Magic Morning VS. Extra Magic Hour
Hi my name is Thalia and I am a self proclaimed Disneyland-aholic. From the time I was about 3, I started going to Disneyland AT LEAST once a year while I visited my uncle in California, I'm 28, so that's AT LEAST 25 times, did I mention I'm from Hawai'i? Oh and I've been a Disneyland Annual … Continue reading Disneyland-Aholic
Remember how I said I don't really care for pumpkin anything? It's amazing how many recipes I've found lately that have really turned my palette around! Pumpkin normally grosses me out, I'm not really sure what it is…the texture or the taste. Or it could be the fact that I threw up and got incredibly … Continue reading Mini Pumpkin Pies
When I was about 15 and in high school, I thought I wanted to be a baker when I grew up. I started taking cooking classes in school and LOVED it. Cooking is so much fun and a great skill to have for life! One thing that I learned was that baking is a science. … Continue reading Baking Fails: Pumpkin Cake Mix Cookies
"Piglet noticed that even though he had a very small heart, it could hold a rather large amount of gratitude." -- A.A. Milne, Winnie The Pooh Around this time of year, we realize we should be extra grateful or extra thankful. We know that Thanksgiving is just one day, but we should should gratitude 365 … Continue reading A Month of Gratitude: Unexpected Moments of Gratitutde
Meltdowns are becoming increasingly common in our household. I'm not entirely sure what the reason is, maybe It's that time of the month (all month long?), maybe I'm becoming a mom to a threenager. Did you know that was such a thing? A threenager? I had been hearing about it off and on for a … Continue reading Threenager? Myth or Reality?
Forgiving is HARD. When we are young we are almost always forced to apologize before we are ready. Do you remember arguing with someone and then hearing them say "I'm sorry," and then yelling back, "Don't say it if you don't mean it!" or "I don't want you to say it because I'm making you." … Continue reading A Month of Gratitude: Forgiveness
Halloween is my favorite holiday of the year, next to my birthday. I look forward to halloween every year, and every year I DIY our costumes. I've been DIY my halloween costume since I graduated from high school. My mom, grandma and aunt all sew, but did they teach me? I taught myself to sew, … Continue reading Paw Patrol Inspired DIY Costumes